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Archive - Aug 8, 2014

Wilmington couple put the mph and speed into softball; recently inducted into NC Softball Hall of Fame

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videoIn 1994 fastpitch softball became the standard thanks to a Wilmington couple who made it their mission to make a difference by eliminating the slow lofty pitch. In fact Judy and Buck O'Shields were both recently inducted into the NC Softball Hall of Fame. Full story...
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Wilmington Police search for armed robber

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videoWilmington police are looking for the man who robbed a store and assaulted two female clerks Friday night. Full story...
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Hammerheads add local flavor to roster

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videoAs of this week there are now two former New Hanover soccer standouts on the official roster for the Wilmington Hammerheads. Ross Tomaselli joins fellow Wildcat Cody Arnoux. The Hammerheads will host Dayton on Saturday night at Legion Stadium. Dayton is currently in last place in the league standings. Full story...
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Former Laney swimmer wins national title

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Former Laney High swimmer Stephen Coetzer grew up in South Africa. On Friday Coetzer won a national swimming title in his native country. Coetzer is a rising senior at NC State University. Full story...
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Port City reacts to new voting rules

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videoNew voting rules will be in effect this November. That's the word today from a federal judge who denied a motion seeking to hold the election under old rules until a trial next year. Full story...
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UPDATE: Southport suspect in two robberies arrested

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videoBrunswick County Sheriff's Office detectives arrest man suspected of robbing two businesses in Southport. Full story...
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EXPLORE WITH GEORGE: Thalian Association

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videoThis week George Elliott catches up with the folks at the Thalian Association. Full story...
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Judge: NC vote can be held with GOP-backed changes

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A federal judge has ruled that North Carolina's November election can be held under new voting rules drafted last year by Republican lawmakers. Full story...
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